How To Get Quality SEO Backlinks In 2016 A Step By Step Guide

Backlinks can be explained as perpetual, virtual pathways originating from millions of other websites on the internet and ending up on your website, or further connecting you two to dozens of other websites. This systemized connection and combination of domains is exactly why these are termed as ‘websites’. However, unlike for shoe laces, the more…

How Often Should You Be Blogging? 3 Myths, 3 Tips On Blogging Frequency

You probably heard this often throughout your blogging life: “You don’t blog enough!” “You should write more often.” “You never update your blog. It’s boring.” Blogging frequency is one of the most talked aspect of blogging on the Web. If it’s true that 46% of people read blogs more than once a day (HubSpot Science…

Are TLDs Really Relevant for SEO?

Are you still wondering what domain extension to choose for your new blog or your new project? Registrars tend to stress the benefits of a certain TLD over another in terms of SEO, but should you listen to that advice? Actually, NO. There are plenty of myths around the role of TLDs and domain names…

Honesty in SEO Pays Off – A 2015 Ghostblogging Case Study

Remember how SEO used to go before Google Webmaster Guidelines? Optimizing a website for search engines was a mere collection of tips and tricks that did the job just fine. You could stuff your page with keyword; you could build a gazillion of low quality backlinks and get rewarded for that. There are webmasters and…

HTTPS On Blogs and SEO: Is It Really Necessary?

Google has been trying to enforce HTTPS on all websites since August 2014, stating in their Webmasters Blog that they want to make sure that “websites that people access from Google are secure”. To underline the importance of their pro-HTTPS campaign, Google said that implementing HTTPS would bring small ranking benefits to webmasters. But while…

Does Guest Blogging Help With SEO Rankings?

I know, I know— controversial topic after Matt Cutt’s blog post shunning guest blogging for SEO in 2014. Even more controversial after the mass penalty on MyBlogGuest.com and the “all nofollow” reaction from eConsultancy that followed. Guest blogging really seems like a gray area to find your marketing and link building efforts in right now.…